Need Expert Judgement from this forum to check if I am prepared for the Exam
I am preparing for PMP since last two months and below are the preparation efforts invested by me. Refering the below details, could you all please suggest, whether I am good to schedule the exam for 2nd May 2014, which is 2 almost 10days from now. btw this is my second attempt.
1) Books referred:
PMBOK (Read numerous amount of time. Carefuly read it twice. Recently last weekend.)
Rita Mulcahy 8th Edition. (Read around 3-4 times.)
Combined reading of Rita and PMBOK - Have done it once.
2) Questions solved.
a)Rita Fastrack 8 : All knowledge areas. (scored in the range of 78-84%) - Did it twice.
b) Chris Scordo: Solved 1-7 & 13-17 50question sets. (Scored in the range of again 78-84%) Still have to attempt 18th questions set.
3) Full 200 Question Mock Exams:
a) Rita PMP : 72%
b) Rita SuperPMP: 66%
c) PMStudy1: 65%
d) PMStudy2: 69%
e) PMStudy3: 70%
f) PMStudy4: 68%
Also gave headfirst exam couple of weeks back and score was 75%
After seeing my results I felt I was consistently scoring between 66-70% in full mock exams hence I revised the PMBOK again and attempted the Rita Fasttrack 8 Knowledge area wise questions once again, I mean attempted for the second time as described above. Also went through all the PMStudy exam questions which I had attempted to bridge my gaps.
After solving it, I gave PMstudy 3 & 4 exam this sunday and below are my scores :
My concern is, can I rely on the above scores of PMstudy 3 and 4 exam and schedule my exam for 2nd May ?
Also my grey areas as per the recent gap identification are EAC, TCPI, CPM - backward calculaton specific questions which I know are the basic ones which I would be focusingon again. Also would appreciate if someone has any good question bank where I can specifically practice these questions. Also S-curve questions as I have heard a lot on this forum about the same.
Thanks you all in advance !!